At the core of the prestigious 7th arrondissement, located in a quiet residential neighborhood, you will uncover a hotel embodying “true Parisian chic". A discreet address, situated in the heart of the quarter (rue Cler, rue St Dominique), and steps away from Paris’s most acclaimed monuments. The symbolic dome of Les Invalides is within walking distance to the hotel and the Eiffel Tower and Le Musee Rodin are in close proximity.
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"Lovely hotel with modern design"
My husband and I were looking for a modern hotel near Paris Photo at the Grand Palais and Le Cinq Codet fit the bill. The design is very sleek and modern, but also warm. We spent four nights and had wonderful experiences with all of the staff, including the servers and the restaurant, the concierge, and the porters. Everyone was patient with our limited French and was happy to speak in English. Yes, the rooms are small compared to American hotel rooms, but they are extremely well designed (although we did wish there were a few drawers for storage). The huge windows made the room feel larger. The breakfast buffet was delicious (fresh bread and croissants, fresh juice, a selection of eggs and cheese) and the complimentary tea in the afternoon was a welcome respite after a morning of walking and sightseeing. We also enjoyed sitting in the courtyard in the evening for cocktails. We would definitely stay here again.
"Elitist staff, marijuana scent in room, not 5 star."
We booked here for our anniversary and spent extra on the duplex. When we arrived reception was full of people, computers were down and it was a silent awkward atmosphere, not exactly what we wanted. We were given our room keys, concierge men were lovely (more helpful than the reception staff) walked into our room and it absolutely stunk of marijuana, my partner called down to complain, we could stay or move to the same standard of room but in 2 hours (we had just walked across Paris so no we didn't want to wait) The concierge then came with our bags, took two deep breaths and said the smell was really bad. He then said he would speak to reception too. Ten minutes later, a woman came in and said she had come to "sort the smell out" she then proceeded to walk up to the curtains and spray air freshener on them, just what you want when you've paid almost £300 for one night. We said it was unacceptable and only after we explained it was an a special occasion and we were so disappointed that she said she would swap us. We followed her up a floor, and we're given a like for like exchange. No apology from anyone throughout this whole time, actually made us feel like we were being an inconvenience. Honestly, lovely bed and great idea doing a two storey room but it's not a 5 star hotel at all! Service is so poor (apart from the concierge guys they were lovely) stuck up attitude from all at Reception, won't be visiting again. And good luck if your room smells, they'll happily make you sign a form indicating a €200 fine for smoking, but clearly sort out the issue by spraying air freshener.
"Shame the front of house staff are so rude!"
Fortunately didn't even have the opportunity to stay......... For a reputation of being a 5 star Hotel in Paris the customer services before you even walk through the door is shocking and not a good representation for the Hotel at all. Made this booking after a phone call direct to the Hotel confirming and requesting a specific room as it is a very special trip. To be told that this would be ok. After making the request also in writing heard nothing from the Hotel until a couple of days before the trip, when I contacted them again, to be told the suite we requested would not be available as guarantees are not made on rooms at all and we will get what we are given. Also as we were arriving earlier than check-in I asked what were the options available. Was met with "sorry check-in is at 3pm" Maybe I am expecting too much from a 5 star Hotel that is charging me nearly £3,000 for a suite, but I expected to be offered an alternative to the dilemma at the very least, and only after I questioned this was given any options at all. Forward to the day of arrival with a baby in tow. Now get told that the very expensive suite with views as sold on the Hotel webiste, is in fact only two of them, which are taken and we still have to pay for same price for a view of someone's window instead. No alternative given just met with a if you don't like it attitude you can find somewhere else. Which we did promptly. It's a shame that the terrible and stuck up attitude of the front desk\bookings team is having on the Hotel. Maybe some serious training is needed in Customer Service relations.
"Far from 5 star"
The design of the rooms and their comfort level (beds and bathrooms) is very good. The breakfast is nice enough and the hotel is in a good location. However, virtually all of the rooms are noisy - unloading lorries at the front and odd air conditioning units at the back. Also, the front desk staff are simply sloppy and snooty. It all needs to be a lot better, and more pleasant. Before I forget, the porters are nice!
We stayed for two nights in le 5 codet, it’s a very nice designed hotel but has some serious issues when it comes to the room size and also the service provided by the stuff. The service is definitely not a 5 stars and the room is so tiny with traces of mold and dust in the bathroom area. The breakfast was really good (lot of choices) but again fails when it comes to the service. I would not recommend staying at the hotel in the actual state. We won’t stay there for our next trip to Paris.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB)
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM